Class Cost: Drop In $15 - 5 Class Card $65 - 10 Class Card $120
Classes never expire & are transferable


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please email to reserve your spot.  All forms of payment can be made in person at the Space.

Yoga for Embodiment with Karin
Tuesdays 9:00am


Addressing the four crucial components of what it means to practice yoga, every class includes yoga postures (asana), breath work (pranayama), rest (savasana), & meditation (dhyana).

TCTSY: Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga
9am Wed on Zoom

Trauma Informed Yoga will continue on Zoom until further notice. Please tap on
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Restorative Yoga & Meditation
Mondays at 5pm 

A calming, grounding practice that begins with floor-based restorative yoga poses and ends with meditation. This class enables students to de-stress and release anxiety.

Ashtanga with jenn 
fridays 9am

Join Jenn as she unpacks the Ashtanga Primary Series introducing and refining the basic postures. Chant the classic Ashtanga invocation and experience the benefit of constructive hands-on assists. This class is for all levels with many options.

Yoga Practice

Special Offerings


Currently being offered on ZOOM

A Best Practice Space for Treatment Resistant PTSD & Complex Trauma

Developed at the Trauma Center in Brookline, Massachusetts, Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) is a program of the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at the Justice Resource Institute. TCTSY is an empirically validated, clinical intervention for complex trauma or chronic, treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The TCTSY program qualified for inclusion in the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) database published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). In addition to yoga, TCTSY has foundations in Trauma Theory, Attachment Theory, and Neuroscience. 

The TCTSY methodology is based on central components of the hatha style of yoga, where participants engage in a series of physical forms and movements. Elements of standard hatha yoga are modified to maximize experiences of empowerment and to cultivate a more positive relationship to one's body. Unlike many public yoga classes, TCTSY does not use physical hands-on adjustments to influence a participant's physical form. Rather, TCTSY presents opportunities for participants to be in charge of themselves based on a felt sense of their own body.  
Although TCTSY employs physical forms and movements, the emphasis is not on the external expression or appearance (i.e. doing it"right"), or receiving the approval of an external authority. Rather, the focus is on the internal experience of the participant. This shift in orientation, from the external to the internal, is a key attribute of TCTSY as a complementary treatment for complex trauma. With our approach, the power resides within the individual, not the TCTSY facilitator (TCTSY-F). Further, by focusing on the felt sense of the body to inform choice-making, TCTSY allows participants to restore their connection of mind and body and cultivate a sense of agency that is often compromised as a result of trauma.